Individualized Learning Plans (ILPs) are an avenue for career exploration for grades six through twelfth grade. The Individual Learning Plans or ILPs for Kentucky's 6th grade through 12th grade students are changing how students prepare themselves for their future. The ILP has many features and resources that involve students on a variety of levels. As students enter high school, their previous work will allow them to better pursue a pathway that fits their strengths and interests. The following are student experiences as they engage in their ILP work.
- Exploring careers beginning in the 6th grade
- Finding careers that match their skills and interests
- Identifying their individual strengths
- Creating education plans
- Establishing personal goals and revisiting these as they progress through school
- Creating, maintaining, and modifying resumes
- Tracking and reflecting on their community services experiences, work experiences, career-planning activities, and extra-curricular and organizational activities
- Exploring colleges and postsecondary opportunities that match their career, postsecondary and life goals
- Connecting to the KHEAA.org (Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority) Web site for help with college planning, tuition assistance information and applications.
- Building a collection of their assessment results, advising activities, demographic information and educational history
Go here to get started on your ILP. Make sure you select the correct class when entering.